Basics of Broadcast Technology, Part 1 - Hugo Gaggioni
Basics of Broadcast Technology, Part 1 - Hugo Gaggioni
Basics of Broadcast Technology, Part 1 - Hugo Gaggioni
Sony Electronics Inc.
10/08/2008
Broadcast Fundamentals is a five part series presented by Sony Broadcast’s Chief Technology Officer, Hugo Gaggioni. These in-depth presentations discuss topics including Color Theory, Frame Rate basics, Progressive vs. Interlaced, Color Broadcast & Digital Video Standards, 24P Video, and in Part 4 & 5, an in-depth presentation on Compression Methods and Standards. Part 1 includes the information on the following: Nomenclature, Basic Color Theory, The new xvYCC Color format, Film & Frame Rate Basics, Progressive vs. Interlaced Display, Black & White TV and the Transition to Color.
 
The all-star lineup: Sony Sports Solutions
The all-star lineup: Sony Sports Solutions
The all-star lineup: Sony Sports Solutions
SNA StudiOne
04/25/2016
Vic Chao tells us all about Sony Sports Solutions
 
IP Networking for Studio and Outside Broadcasting Production Applications
IP Networking for Studio and Outside Broadcasting Production Applications
IP Networking for Studio and Outside Broadcasting Production Applications
Andy Munitz
Sony Electronics
02/17/2015
Hugo Gaggioni, CTO, VP Technology, presents "IP Networking for Studio and Outside Broadcasting Production Applications" at Content and Communications World (CCW) 2014 show
 
PXW-FS7 Official Full HD Beauty Image
PXW-FS7 Official Full HD Beauty Image
PXW-FS7 Official Full HD Beauty Image
Sony
Sony
09/26/2014
The PXW-FS7 XDCAM Series camera can be operated by just a single person in situations where the extraordinary flexibility of its Alpha Mount System and compatible interchangeable lenses can be used to an excellent advantage. That makes it suitable for a wide range of shooting projects such as documentary.
 
Wildlife Documentary Production with Sony F55 & F5
Wildlife Documentary Production with Sony F55 & F5
Wildlife Documentary Production with Sony F55 & F5
04/26/2016
Cinematographer Bob Poole discusses using Sony PMW-F55 and PMW-F5 cameras for shooting in the wild for National Geographic
 
XDCAM Archive System
XDCAM Archive System
XDCAM Archive System
Japan
Sony
11/28/2011
Sony's "XDA", XDCAM Archive System is the answer to organize, manage, protect, share and archive your material. Based on Sony's durable XDCAM Professional Disc media with a shelf life of 50 years, this file-based, multi-format, multi-codec efficient and reliable system is the solution you have been waiting for.
 
Brooke Mailhiot, Specialty Event and Wedding Videographer
Brooke Mailhiot, Specialty Event and Wedding Videographer
Brooke Mailhiot, Specialty Event and Wedding Videographer
Brooke Mailhiot
Marc Smiler Video Artist
09/16/2009
Video artist Brooke Mailhiot discusses the feature-packed UWP wireless series and how nicely it integrates into her video arsenal.
 
HVRZ7U / S270U HDV Demo Videos - Introduction
HVRZ7U / S270U HDV Demo Videos - Introduction
HVRZ7U / S270U HDV Demo Videos - Introduction
Sony Electronics Inc.
06/10/2008
Sony expands the HDV family with two new camcorders - HVRZ7U and HVRS270U for professionals.
 
ODA Gen 2 Technology
ODA Gen 2 Technology
ODA Gen 2 Technology
Dave Emmerling
SNA StudiOne
04/18/2016
Ellen Heine, Marketing Manager of Archive Products, tells us all about ODA Gen 2, the next generation of Optical Disc Archiving.
 
HXRNX5U Wedding Clips
HXRNX5U Wedding Clips
HXRNX5U Wedding Clips
Brooke Mailhiot
Marc Smiler Video Artist
09/09/2010
Filmmaker Brooke Mailhiot demonstrates the versatility and amazing low-light capability of the Sony HXRNX5U in the field.
 
Sony 3LCD Projection Technologies
Sony 3LCD Projection Technologies
Sony 3LCD Projection Technologies
Sony Electronics Inc.
06/01/2009
Sony's innovative 3LCD technologies.
 
Better Than Being There!  120 FPS + 4K RAW + HDR
Better Than Being There! 120 FPS + 4K RAW + HDR
Better Than Being There! 120 FPS + 4K RAW + HDR
04/20/2016
Director/DP Jody Eldred discusses the benefits and new creative possibilities of shooting 120 frame per second 4K RAW with the PMW-F55 and the new AXS-R7 RAW recorder.